Virtual Education Software, inc. (VESi)
Morningside College and Virtual Education Software, inc. (VESi), located in Spokane, Washington, have partnered to offer convenient and relevant professional development courses via online or CD-ROM. These interactive courses provide expert instruction at a pace that fits most students' schedule. VESi provides the courseware. The graduate student sets the pace to have the course completed within the 6-month deadline. Morningside College awards the credit.
These courses are designed for professional growth and may be used for licensure renewal or salary advancement if permitted in your district and/or state. You may also be able to use these graduate credits in a master's degree program at Morningside College. Please contact Sandra Van Drie-Yockey (firstname.lastname@example.org) at Morningside (800.831.0806, x.5479, or 712.274.5479) to learn whether Morningside is authorized to offer a master's degree in your state. You do not need to be formally admitted to graduate study at Morningside College to take these classes, and they do not qualify for financial aid or loan deferment.
The cost for these courses is $205 for a 2-credit course and $245 for a 3-credit course. For more information regarding these courses, visit the VESi Web site at: www.virtualeduc.com/morningside/. Please Note: The cost of these courses for the Fall 2014 (starting August 16, 2014) will be $215 for a 2-credit course and $255 for a 3-credit course.
To register, call VESi at 800.313.6744.
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